Vancouver's The Ruffled Feathers will play The Royal on Sunday

The Ruffled Feathers take the stage at The Royal

Vancouver-based chamber pop, indie rock band The Ruffled Feathers will be at The Royal on Sunday, June 17.

Vancouver-based chamber pop, indie rock band The Ruffled Feathers will be at The Royal on Sunday, June 17.

The Ruffled Feathers are known for their combination of haunting female vocals, carefully crafted harmonies, multi-instrumentation, and brazen horns.

Taking inspiration from the likes of Beirut, The Arcade Fire, and Belle and Sebastian, the band weaves fables of revolution, love stories, and cities away from home.

Listeners expecting conventional guitar-driven indie-pop will find themselves swept into complex arrangements of trumpets and mandolins instead.

Tickets for The Ruffled Feathers are $7 and are available at the door.

For more information visit theruffledfeathers.com or liveattheroyal.com

 

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